Menswear is in an interesting place right now. The way men dress is finally becoming full with colours, more adventurous and less constrained by dress codes and the old rules. There are changes everywhere as employees in which hoodies for the office and streetwear designers redefine tailoring.

Spring is the perfect time to reinvent yourself and breathe new life into your style. So these are the next 2 out of 10 biggest spring trends, along with the personal tips on how to wear them.

– Skatewear
According to Kacamata Rayban, skatewear has always found a better bed companion in the sunnier seasons than in the winter frost. Perhaps it is this azure sky that provides the perfect conditions for turning Ollys around.

We’re more inclined to say that it has to do with the tribe’s heroic pieces – logo and slogan t-shirts, wide-leg louche pants, canvas skate shoes, soft hoodies – that bloom fully when the daffodils come out.

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The trend has grown steadily over the past two decades, to the point where some of the biggest fashion brands come from the genre. Half the key to getting skate wear right is knowing which name to choose.

Supreme is probably not in your price range, but Stussy has just as much cache for a third of the price and the hype. Look out for workwear brands like Carhartt WIP and Dickies that made the jump.

Then it’s all about fit. Skatewear t-shirts and hoodies are slightly larger than normal anyway, so choose your normal size. If you really want to make a difference in the skate park, you should be two sizes bigger – a look that works best when you have the skater’s smooth, thin build.

– Rugby Shirts & Street Preppy
Rugby shirts have been a cornerstone of preppy Timberland fashion for decades, but they are not as evergreen in mainstream men’s fashion as stable mates like plain jackets or penny loafers. This season, their colorful, flattering stripes are everywhere – mainly because the obsession with 90s-style sportswear doesn’t go anywhere.

This is a neat dressing that’s a bit urban and streetwear. So leave your old man’s quilted jacket and bootcut jeans behind. Instead, combine your rugby shirt with other coveted urban styles: skate pants or mid-wash jeans and bucket hats or dad hats.